REVIEW: The Good Samaritan by R.C. Boldt
The Good Samaritan by R.C. Boldt
344 pages

If you stranded, he’s there. If you low on rent trying to survive, he’s there. If you at a point where danger will befall you he’s there to rescue. Who is he? Why is he doing this? All everybody knows is he is the Good Samaritan and all she knows is she owes a man like Jude everything. Somehow he is more than a stranger to her and yet he feels familiar. She has no idea who he really is or where he came from but Jude is so much more. Her life however depends on finding out who this homeless angel is and what is really his motive in helping. Can she find out before someone takes her biggest break in her career?

R.C. has once again shown us she is an author of many talents just by this book. We have Jude who is a stranger among the homeless yet feels what he does is not acceptable. Then we have Faith who has her own secrets like Jude. These two together complete each other yet afraid to see what more can come of this new friendship. I loved that R.C. Boldt didn’t just center on their love but really how it is like as a homeless person. Moral of the story told by this talented author is not to judge on the outside but what is inside a persons heart. Loved it.

“I received an eBook copy from the publisher for the purpose of an honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own.”


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